How to cut dimensions of 3d arrays in a cell.

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BN on 28 Oct 2019
Commented: Alex Mcaulley on 28 Oct 2019
I have one 34*1 cell.
every array in it have 3 dimensions, all same (720*360*365)
I want to know how to cut all arrays like this: (700:720 * 300:360 * :)

Accepted Answer

Yuan Li
Yuan Li on 28 Oct 2019
B = cell(34,1);
for ii = 1:34
B{ii} = precips{ii}(700:720,300:360,:);
Then you will get a new cell, each element of the new cell is of size 21*61*365.

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Alex Mcaulley
Alex Mcaulley on 28 Oct 2019
Being A your cell array:
newA = arrayfun(@(i) A{i}(700:720,300:360,:),1:numel(A),'uni',0)
Alex Mcaulley
Alex Mcaulley on 28 Oct 2019
Then, you can transpose the cell array:
newA = arrayfun(@(i) A{i}(700:720,300:360,:),1:numel(A),'uni',0)'

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